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Fred and George- Patroni by olafpriol Fred and George- Patroni by olafpriol
I've always pictured the Weasley twins as having a foxes. I mean, Mr Weasley having a weasel suits him, but I can't imagine Fred and George having weasels somehow. Foxes are absolutely bonkers though, so they work pretty well I think (We have foxes in the park behind our house and they make a HELL of a din when they have cubs!).

The rest of the Weasleys? Well, in my opinion...

Ginny; Horse
Ron; Terrier
Percy; Heron
Charlie; Dragon (what else?! A small one mind you, perhaps a knucker or a lindworm...)
Bill; Leopard
Molly; Chicken (don't ask me WHY, I suppose she reminds me of Clucky from Robin Hood... plus, have you ever seen an angry chicken?! If not, play Zelda... they're scary :fear:)
Arthur; Weasel
Fred and George; Fox

Plural for patronus; patroni? Maybe? Going with the Latin sort of ending anyway... Patronuses doesn't quite sound right to me >.< The foxes came out a bit more Disney than I'd like, but still, I'm tired, so ner. :ignore:

Anyway, I'm NOT going to update for a while now. Honest. I know I said I wouldn't yesterday, but, well... um. I'll work on another fairly long comic strip thing now anyway, so I'll be busy. Consider this a thankyou for over 10000 page views! (I know it's way more than that, but seriously... wow).
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JetfireWeasley5 Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
i agree with Molly's patronus completely, but for a different reason. Remember in the Chamber of Secrets movie when Ron and the twins have rescued Harry from the Dursleys and go back to the Burrow? Well when Molly makes her appearance and she goes "Where HAVE you been?!" me and my sister both think she sounds exactly like a chicken. We both take great delight in impersonating her whenever we watch that scene. =D
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LustfullyYoursxX Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2012  Student Writer
I always thought it'd be foxes, too. Foxes are clever, tricky, and are often depicted in mythology to fool and lure people based on charm and funny pranks. Sounds about right <33
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xXNoraMarieXx Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It was said that after Fred ...passed..., George was unable to produce a patronus because all of his happiest memories were with his brother.
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theflyingscootaloo Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love the idea.


and angry chickens scare me.
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EVERYUSERNAMEISGONE Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2011
O-O Fred and George are my favourite characters and I am in LOVE with foxes. I'm wearing a fox shirt (not the brand) right now. And jeez those chickens are fierce! Killed me at least 20 times!
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booknerd94 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2011
ya i would say that they would have foxes.
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BrightBlueWindWitch Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2011  Student General Artist
Think in the book it was "patronuses," but I'm not sure how reliable that is as it was Harry talking at the time.
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PadfootAlchemist Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2011  Student General Artist
I was actually just thinking the same thing! If Mooney had said it, I'd trust it...
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JetfireWeasley5 Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
Actually, JK Rowling confirmed on her website (I think in the FAQ bit) that the plural is definitely Patronuses. :)
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Prinzen76 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2011
Man, I used to always stomp those chicken's when riding Epona at Lon Lon Ranch...those things went insane
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